Here you can find information and helpful links that will allow you to learn all there is to know about HOSA. Take advantage of these resources that will help you develop yourself as a future healthcare professional and as a member of HOSA!
Here you can find all the powerpoints that have been presented during the meetings!
(Includes: Competitive Events, Common Core Standards, E-Magazines, Fact Sheets, Fundraising Handbook, HOSA Logos, HOSA Posters, Photographs, Powerpoints, Videos, and Princeton Review.)
Click on this link to see the various HOSA events that you can participate in at the state and their guidelines. It is very important to know your competitive event guidelines and to bring them with you once you complete them. Failure to do so will result in an automatic disqualification.
The 2020-2021 National Service Project is Pediatric Cancer Research! HOSA is excited to volunteer, raise money as well as awareness for Pediatric Cancer. This organization funds research in order to improve the care and quality of life for all children with cancer. With their mission of making sure to "give every child a cancer-free future," members are ready to help make it come true. HOSA chapters are invited to join this fight against Pediatric Cancer through support and educating the public.
With the HOSA handbook, you will learn more about how HOSA originated, its competitive events, and more. If you are feeling curious, do not hesitate to start researching about HOSA so you can become a well-informed member of our organization!
Scholarships are something that every teenager is trying to look for nowadays. This link will guide you to HOSA website where you will learn how to apply for HOSA scholarships and hopefully earn one yourself.
A few times a year, HOSA holds a blood drive with the United Blood Services. Donating blood is a great way to help save lives. One pint of blood can save three lives, and with the shortage of blood in Nevada, your donation would be greatly appreciated! To register online for the blood drive, press the button below and click "schedule an appointment" on the left. You will find a place to find a blood drive. You can then input your zip code and find SWCTA. From there you can schedule an appointment.